Alloy Datasheets

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Stainless Steel Datasheets

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is the common name for a number of different alloys used in corrosive environments. Stainless is used to keep food surfaces and medical devices safe of microbes as it is self-repairing with its chromium oxide film. Stainless uses chromium as the unifying ingredient, but the addition of additional alloys such as nickel, nitrogen, and molybdenum create different molecular structures for varying applications.

The five classifications of stainless alloys are austenitic, ferritic, martensitic and precipitation hardening and duplex grades.

Titanium Datasheets

Titanium

Titanium is produced as commercially pure or alloyed. Titanium is light weight, corrosion resistant and able to withstand extreme temperatures. Commercially pure titanium is generally used for orthopedic implants while the alloys are commonly produced with the addition of vanadium or aluminum for applications such as aerospace or sports equipment.

Nickel Datasheets

Nickel

Nickel Alloys are named for the significant amount of nickel used as it’s unifying or principal ingredient. Nickel alloys were developed for use in highly corrosive environments or for use in high-temperature environments (or both). The addition of other alloys such as Molybdenum, Chromium, and Iron modify the alloys for uses.

Nitinol Datasheets

Nitinol

Nitinol is a shape-memory alloy. This nickel-titanium alloy “remembers” its original, cold-forged shape: returning the pre-deformed shape by heating. Shape-memory alloys have applications in industries including medical and aerospace.

Tantalum Datasheets

Tantalum

Tantalum is highly ductile, and superconductive material that can be drawn into a thin wire. Tantalum wire is a popular material used in electronics capacitors and a critical component in the manufacture of state-of-the art semiconductors. The metal is used in dental and surgical instruments and implants, as it causes no immune response.

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